Dr. George Zahrebelski MD Gastroenterologist

Dr. George Zahrebelski is a gastroenterologist in Hoffman Estates, Illinois. He is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including Alexian Brothers Medical Center and Sherman Hospital. He received his medical degree from University of Illinois College of Medicine and has been in practice for 23 years. He is one of 34 doctors at Alexian Brothers Medical Center and one of 19 at Sherman Hospital who specialize in Gastroenterology. He also speaks multiple languages, including Polish, Spanish and Portuguese.

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Specialty & Clinical Interests

Gastroenterologist: General Gastroenterology, Hepatology & Liver Transplantation, Nutrition

Clinical Interests: Biliary Tract Diseases, Nutrition, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Pancreas Disorders, Liver Diseases, Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Hospital Affiliation

Alexian Brothers Medical Center
High performing in Gastroenterology & GI Surgery

Sherman Hospital

St. Alexius Medical Center
Ranked #44 in Gastroenterology & GI Surgery

Education & Medical Training

University of Illinois College of Medicine at Chicago
Residency, Internal Medicine, 1987 - 1990

University of North Carolina Hospitals
Fellowship, Gastroenterology, 1990 - 1993

University of Illinois College of Medicine
Class of 1987

Certifications & Licensure

American Board of Internal Medicine
Certified in Gastroenterology

American Board of Internal Medicine
Certified in Internal Medicine

IL State Medical License
Active through 2014

NC State Medical License

Publications & Presentations

Distribution of electrical potential, pH, free Ca2+, and volume inside cultured adult rabbit cardiac myocytes during chemical hypoxia: a multiparameter digitized confocal microscopic study.
Chacon, E., Reece, J. M., Nieminen, A. L., Zahrebelski, G., Herman, B., Lemasters, J. J.

Progression of subcellular changes during chemical hypoxia to cultured rat hepatocytes: a laser scanning confocal microscopic study.
Zahrebelski, G., Nieminen, A. L., al-Ghoul, K., Qian, T., Herman, B., Lemasters, J. J.

Diazepam and midazolam increase light slow-wave sleep (SWS1) and decrease wakefulness in rats.
Radulovacki, M., Sreckovic, G., Zak, R., Zahrebelski, G.

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